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AZ PET PROFESSIONALS PRESS RELEASE



Tuesday, June 04, 2013


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AZ Pet Professionals Donate Pet Oxygen Masks 
to 
Gilbert Fire Dept!

Arizona’s private Pet Network Group, Az Pet Professionals, will be donating 2 Pet Oxygen Mask Kit’s to Gilbert Fire Department on June 29th in the early am.  After being contacted by Az Pet Professionals, Captain Robert Foster graciously accepted the donations.
  
Several of Gilbert’s fire trucks currently have Pet Oxygen Mask Kits on board but they are still in need of 2 more kits.
Az Pet Professionals are known for promoting responsible pet ownership and responsible pet businesses. Donating Pet Oxygen Mask Kits to Fire Department Fire Trucks is an important part of the network groups endeavor to educate and promote pet safety and emergency support. Fire Fighters have been highly receptive of these donations as they realize that pets are family! 





Az Pet Professionals is an “invite only” network group referred by Valley Veterinarians. 
The pet experts range in a broad spectrum of pet experts and their services. 

Their website is: www.azpetprofessionals.com.

Together the Az Pet Professionals goal is to donate pet oxygen mask kits to as many fire stations in the Valley as they can and to assist the Fire Fighters in proper training of the use of the masks and basic pet first aid techniques.
Az Pet Professionals was founded by Kim MacCrone, a Certified Veterinary Technician with over 23 years of experience in the veterinary field. She founded Az Pet Professionals because of her belief in only referring her own clients to trusted, personally known, professional pet experts. They are the valley’s one and only private pet expert network group working hard to promote members of their group, responsible pet ownership and pet rescue and adoption. 

                                                                                          

                                                                   Sincerely, 

                                                                                     Az Pet Professionals




Contact Information:
Kim MacCrone: Vetek Chic on Wheels and Founder of Az Pet Professionals.
Email: vetekchic@gmail.com.
Cell: 602-359-3693
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